Lunch Boxes Review

With my daughter starting kindergarten this year I was on a mission to find quality lunch boxes. I came across This is a wonderful shop that sells a wide variety of reusable items from bags, bottle, lunch, household items and beyond.

I choose to review the Laptop Lunch Dual Compartment Bento Tote. Since my daughter already owned a Bento Lunch box, I knew this would be the perfect compainion.
Plum Blossom Bag

Emarose was thrilled when this bag arrived in the mail. She loved the flowers on the bag and was pleased with the color too.

This bag has 2 compartments. The bottom portion fits a bento lunch box while the top compartment can hold extras such as insulated food jars, bottles, napkins, and personal items. I love how spacious this bag is. It has plenty of room to hold your lunch and anything else you might need.
Top part of bag- see how roomy it is :)
This bag is insulated which helps keep the food cold longer. However, I still use ice packs in this bag. In the bottom section with my bento lunch box I'm still able to put in 2 ice packs (my ice packs fit about 1/2 the size of the bento box.) This fits without any problems.
View of bag with lunch box (sold separately) inside.
Another plus is that this bag is printed with soy based ink and made from 100% post-consumer recycled fabric. I like knowing that this bag is Eco friendly. 

This bag has been to school for 2 weeks now on an almost daily basis. So far it has come home clean. When it gets dirty I will simply wipe it clean with a damp cloth. I love that it doesn't get dirty easily and that it is durable. Both of those factors are important when looking at products for my 4 year old.

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pinktaz60 said…
Betsy Rubendall Barnes

I would buy: :)

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